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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    What was funny about the money? Did it have jokes written on it?
    It did, something to do with promising to pay the value or some such. It's money backing money, not asset backing money. At least asset has some honour in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    What was funny about the money? Did it have jokes written on it?

    " In God we trust"
    DeMyer's Laws - an argument that consists primarily of rambling quotes isn't worth bothering with.

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    Back home?

    Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner ��... oh, hang on. - https://twitter.com/DVATW/status/115...rymakow.com%2F - There's no place like home - never will be again it seems.

    Was it on their money too! - " In God we trust" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldrider View Post
    Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner ��... oh, hang on. - https://twitter.com/DVATW/status/115...rymakow.com%2F - There's no place like home - never will be again it seems.

    Was it on their money too! - " In God we trust" ?
    Nah, we had Queeny. She's the next best thing as she is his servant....... as we are hers lol. Multiculturalism in a world that defines what the values of any given country are supposed to be... or else. What could possibly go wrong
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    Time for the annual dust off of this old nugget again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Time for the annual dust off of this old nugget again.
    It was crashing i.e. the crash was happening, and it was propped up using printed money. No mystery. But keep looking for evidence to back your position........
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    Quote Originally Posted by mashman View Post
    It was crashing i.e. the crash was happening, and it was propped up using printed money. No mystery. But keep looking for evidence to back your position........
    Must be pretty chur printed money, it's still doing the trick
    Try googling "share market crash 2019" plenty of predictions, that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Must be pretty chur printed money, it's still doing the trick
    Try googling "share market crash 2019" plenty of predictions, that's all.
    Well it "worked" for the housing crisis....... and the various other crisiseses before that. I'm almost tempted to have a look at the 2019 predictions as the 2019 land value cycle was toted as potentially causing issues. Meh, they'll just print more money.
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    I did read an article saying that with the US Boomers retiring ( 100 000 per year) in droves and pulling money out of the market it could get interesting.
    DeMyer's Laws - an argument that consists primarily of rambling quotes isn't worth bothering with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltaire View Post
    I did read an article saying that with the US Boomers retiring ( 100 000 per year) in droves and pulling money out of the market it could get interesting.
    Wouldn't it be smarter to leave the capital invested & live off the return?
    As soon as you start living off your capital there's a finite time until you end up with nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Wouldn't it be smarter to leave the capital invested & live off the return?
    As soon as you start living off your capital there's a finite time until you end up with nothing.
    On the face of it yes, but I think a lot of people have been burnt in the US stock market and while its running along nicely past the 9 year stage as they say bull runs don't die of old age.
    US companies have taken advantage of Quantitative Easing and cheap interest to expand but it can only go on so long.
    Google the top 10 most indebted companies and its scary numbers, probably why the Federal Reserve are keeping the rates down.
    DeMyer's Laws - an argument that consists primarily of rambling quotes isn't worth bothering with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltaire View Post
    I did read an article saying that with the US Boomers retiring ( 100 000 per year) in droves and pulling money out of the market it could get interesting.
    Never mind the various investment related markets, how much income tax is that disappearing from the books?

    I suspect it's the biggest hit our economy will take in the next decade as well.
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